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930 Oak St

Chattanooga, TN 37403
  • $795,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 109 Days
  • MLS #: 1353686
UPDATED: 109 min ago
$795,000
  • 4
    BEDS
  • N/A
    ACRES
  • 2
    BATHS
  • 3
    1/2 BATHS
  • 4,764
    SQFT
  • $167
    $/SQFT
Neighborhood:
Type:
Single-Family Home
Built:
1900
County:
Area:

School Information

Elementary School:
Middle School:

Description

Listed on the National Gallery of Historic Homes, this unique Victorian property was grandfathered for R4 zoning in January of 1981, and is perfect for a business, a group of professionals, or for residential use.The Cavender House built as a spacious and elegant family home in 1906 sits on the corner of Oak and Central Avenue and provides presence and visibility and is in close vicinity to three major area hospitals, the University of Tennessee, and the downtown attractions, restaurants, and entertainment. Constructed of solid brick, this two story home with a three quarter finished basement, and an attic that runs the entire length and breadth of the house boasts an original slate roof in a fish scale and horizontal scale pattern combination, pyramid and gable roofwood shingled dormer and front gable pediment, one-story wrap around porch with small Ionic columns, oak and pine wood floors, wainscoting, moldings, chair rails in the dining room, high ceilings, transoms, and enhanced chandelier lighting throughout. Seven fireplaces, each mantlepiece a work of art, with engraved fireplace fittings grace the huge open main foyer used as a reception/ball room area, the cozy parlor, the elegant dining room, the warm and welcoming family room located on the main floor, and in three of the four huge bedrooms on the second floor. The same tiger oak is used on the three floor to ceiling massive tiger oak pocket doors that give privacy to the parlor and the dining room. Beautiful woodwork carvings and intricate etchings throughout the home show the quality of the craftsman of that era. Tall ceilings and plentiful windows give light and beauty and warmth to a home that has been well lived in. The foyer of the main floor opens to cozy living spaces where the original occupants had used the three spacious rooms as their parlor, family room, and formal dining room. Down the corridor on the main floor, there is a half bath, a walk-in pantry equipped with a lighted wall mirror, sink and cabinetry, leading to a large room that had formerly been used as a kitchen which has a sink, cabinetry, and storage area at one end of the room. Adjacent to it is a small sitting room with an original diamond shaped pane glass window and a door leading to the back entrance. There is a tiny half bath with the original chain flush toilet. A unique feature that was kept intact, as was the little storage room under the staircase, A back staircase from the kitchen and pantry vestibule leads up to the maid's room which has a picture window overlooking the parking area. Walking up the impressive tiger oak staircase from the foyer of the main floor, you step into another world where time seems to stand still just for you.as you experience the Victorian ambience. The upstairs hallway leads to four huge bedrooms all with high ceilings and huge windows. The beautiful bay window in the bedroom overlooking the tree lined Oak Street begs for a chaise lounge or love seat. At the end of the corridor is a bathroom with the original claw foot tub and a separate half bath. Going down to the basement, and through the hallway, there is a kitchen/dining room, a full bath, with an enclosed shower, original claw foot bathtub, and laundry hook ups, and 2 storage rooms. Part of the vision and dream and their motto of Caring for your Vision, Caring for You! has led the doctor and his wife who discovered this rare home, to turn it into a place where they could care for their patients in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere in the setting of yesteryear. The main floor was turned into a professional office for their patients in March 1981, creating a beautiful experience by maintaining the Victorian setting while still offering today's technology. With the explosion of the growth of the practice two of the spacious rooms have glass partitions which have not compromised the integrity of the original rooms as they are removable Located upstairs from their medical and surgical practice in the beautiful Historic Fortwood District, an Aesthetic and Wellness Spa was officially opened in January 1999, where their patients could enjoy treatment under the care of a medical professional. Laser treatments, facials, therapeutic and relaxing massages, and professional skin care were all performed in this beautiful home, and it became a place where people were nurtured and loved. The doctor's office and library, and the administrative and board rooms were designated in the two bedrooms upstairs and the kitchen/dining room in the finished basement was renovated for the recreation and relaxation of the medical staff. An addition was built in the rear of the building to house a small surgical suite for minor procedures and a space was structured for an elevator near the back entrance. A new electrical hot water heater replaced the old gas unit, new electrical and plumbing were installed, and central A/C units replaced the original radiators which were left in their original state and add character to this well-maintained home which has been in their possession for almost forty years. This home does not have a kitchen, making it blank slate for the buyer to design the kitchen of their dreams. The ample parking space paved for eight cars in its own private courtyard is a rarity in a residential neighborhood where residents must park their cars on the side of the road. Buyer to verify square footage.

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930 Oak St Chattanooga, TN 37403

  • Price: $795,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 109 Days
  • Updated: 109 min ago
  • MLS #: 1353686
4
Beds
2
Baths
3
½ Baths
N/A
Acres
4,764
SQFT
$167
$/SQFT
1900
Built
Neighborhood:
Fortwood Historic
County:
Hamilton
Area:
Chattanooga
Elementary School:
Brown Elementary
Middle School:
Orchard Knob Middle
High School:
Howard School Of Academics & Tech
Property Description
Listed on the National Gallery of Historic Homes, this unique Victorian property was grandfathered for R4 zoning in January of 1981, and is perfect for a business, a group of professionals, or for residential use.The Cavender House built as a spacious and elegant family home in 1906 sits on the corner of Oak and Central Avenue and provides presence and visibility and is in close vicinity to three major area hospitals, the University of Tennessee, and the downtown attractions, restaurants, and entertainment. Constructed of solid brick, this two story home with a three quarter finished basement, and an attic that runs the entire length and breadth of the house boasts an original slate roof in a fish scale and horizontal scale pattern combination, pyramid and gable roofwood shingled dormer and front gable pediment, one-story wrap around porch with small Ionic columns, oak and pine wood floors, wainscoting, moldings, chair rails in the dining room, high ceilings, transoms, and enhanced chandelier lighting throughout. Seven fireplaces, each mantlepiece a work of art, with engraved fireplace fittings grace the huge open main foyer used as a reception/ball room area, the cozy parlor, the elegant dining room, the warm and welcoming family room located on the main floor, and in three of the four huge bedrooms on the second floor. The same tiger oak is used on the three floor to ceiling massive tiger oak pocket doors that give privacy to the parlor and the dining room. Beautiful woodwork carvings and intricate etchings throughout the home show the quality of the craftsman of that era. Tall ceilings and plentiful windows give light and beauty and warmth to a home that has been well lived in. The foyer of the main floor opens to cozy living spaces where the original occupants had used the three spacious rooms as their parlor, family room, and formal dining room. Down the corridor on the main floor, there is a half bath, a walk-in pantry equipped with a lighted wall mirror, sink and cabinetry, leading to a large room that had formerly been used as a kitchen which has a sink, cabinetry, and storage area at one end of the room. Adjacent to it is a small sitting room with an original diamond shaped pane glass window and a door leading to the back entrance. There is a tiny half bath with the original chain flush toilet. A unique feature that was kept intact, as was the little storage room under the staircase, A back staircase from the kitchen and pantry vestibule leads up to the maid's room which has a picture window overlooking the parking area. Walking up the impressive tiger oak staircase from the foyer of the main floor, you step into another world where time seems to stand still just for you.as you experience the Victorian ambience. The upstairs hallway leads to four huge bedrooms all with high ceilings and huge windows. The beautiful bay window in the bedroom overlooking the tree lined Oak Street begs for a chaise lounge or love seat. At the end of the corridor is a bathroom with the original claw foot tub and a separate half bath. Going down to the basement, and through the hallway, there is a kitchen/dining room, a full bath, with an enclosed shower, original claw foot bathtub, and laundry hook ups, and 2 storage rooms. Part of the vision and dream and their motto of Caring for your Vision, Caring for You! has led the doctor and his wife who discovered this rare home, to turn it into a place where they could care for their patients in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere in the setting of yesteryear. The main floor was turned into a professional office for their patients in March 1981, creating a beautiful experience by maintaining the Victorian setting while still offering today's technology. With the explosion of the growth of the practice two of the spacious rooms have glass partitions which have not compromised the integrity of the original rooms as they are removable Located upstairs from their medical and surgical practice in the beautiful Historic Fortwood District, an Aesthetic and Wellness Spa was officially opened in January 1999, where their patients could enjoy treatment under the care of a medical professional. Laser treatments, facials, therapeutic and relaxing massages, and professional skin care were all performed in this beautiful home, and it became a place where people were nurtured and loved. The doctor's office and library, and the administrative and board rooms were designated in the two bedrooms upstairs and the kitchen/dining room in the finished basement was renovated for the recreation and relaxation of the medical staff. An addition was built in the rear of the building to house a small surgical suite for minor procedures and a space was structured for an elevator near the back entrance. A new electrical hot water heater replaced the old gas unit, new electrical and plumbing were installed, and central A/C units replaced the original radiators which were left in their original state and add character to this well-maintained home which has been in their possession for almost forty years. This home does not have a kitchen, making it blank slate for the buyer to design the kitchen of their dreams. The ample parking space paved for eight cars in its own private courtyard is a rarity in a residential neighborhood where residents must park their cars on the side of the road. Buyer to verify square footage.
Exterior Features

Exterior Brick Exterior Features Porch Covered Foundation Stone/Masonry Garage Parking Main LevelOff Street Parking Lot Size Dimensions 58X142 Roof Slate

Interior Features

Appliances None Basement Partial Baths Total 5.00 Beds And Baths Garden TubSeparate Shower Cooling CentralElectric Dining Separate Dining Room Fireplace In Den/Family RoomIn Great RoomIn Living Room Fireplaces 7.00 Floors Hardwood Solid Heating CentralElectric Interior Features Walk-In ClosetWasher & Dryer Hookup Number Of Rooms 25 Rooms BedroomBreakfast RoomFoyerFull BathroomHalf BathroomKitchenOfficeSolar/AtriumSpecial Room

Property Features

Association Fee 0 Auction No Builders Warranty No Community Features Sidewalks Description 2 LevelSite Built Financing CashConventional Home Warranty No Senior Community YN No Taxes 6628.64 Type Of Sale Estate/Trustee Utilities Electric Lines/Above Ground Water Sewer Public Water

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